Virginia Pasley


Virginia Pasley

Virginia Pasley is a journalist currently working as the associate director of communications for the National Association of Federal Credit Unions in Arlington, VA. She is from Alexandria, VA. She double-majored in English and Spanish at the College of William & Mary, and got a Master’s in journalism at the University of Missouri. In between those two degrees, she served as a Peace Corps volunteer in a small town in Ukraine, teaching English to 5th through 11th graders. (She also wrote a blog while there.) In her free time, she is an alto 1 in the Capitol Hill Chorale, and a devoted trivia team and book club member.


10 entries by Virginia Pasley

Book Review

I Liked My Life: A Novel

By Abby Fabiaschi

I Liked My Life: A Novel

How well do we really know our loved ones?

Book Review

Loner: A Novel

By Teddy Wayne

Loner: A Novel

A privileged white male brings his sense of entitlement with him to Harvard.

Book Review

Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novel

By Jessica Knoll

Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novel

A trauma from her past chases a bride-to-be, and the reader, to a gory end.

Book Review

Winter Street: A Novel

By Elin Hilderbrand

Winter Street: A Novel

The endless zany situations in this comedic drama will make you want to visit Nantucket at Christmastime (or anytime).

Book Review

The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra

Meet the four engaging Romanov sisters, who sparkle with personality and humor during a dark time in Russian history.

Book Review

The Lost Sisterhood

Anne Fortier

The Lost Sisterhood

Parallel journeys by an Oxford lecturer and a North African priestess separated by time lead to the “real” story of the Amazons.

Book Review

Caught

By Lisa Moore

Caught

A criminal seems unable to stay ahead of the police while plotting one last job.

Book Review

The Smart One

Jennifer Close

The Smart One

Three siblings find themselves drifting home in the author’s latest novel.

Book Review

Denise Kiernan

The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II

The stories of the women behind the Manhattan Project in this book seem as effortless as if the author had lifted passages from their diaries.

Book Review

Sarah Pekkanen

These Girls

Three young women thrown together by chance in New York City, and harboring secrets, discover the power of female friendship.